The following are the slides for a paper I delivered today at the Annual Conference for the SRHE (the Society for Research into Higher Education) The whole paper is available via the following link: https://www.srhe.ac.uk/conference2016/abstracts/0163.pdf
My research and teaching interests lie at the intersections of Literacy Studies, Applied Linguistics, and Educational Technologies.
I have had the pleasure of working at the University of Bradford, Lancaster University, and now at Queen's University Belfast.
The following are the slides for a seminar I delivered today with my colleague Karin Tusting as part of the Dynamics of Knowledge Creation project. The session was entitled ‘Learning to write as academic’. We had a useful discussion about the self-management of ongoing ‘on the job’ learning […]
I was pleased to recently participate in a seminar with my project team, hosted by the Centre For Global & Higher Education. The slides are below: Our next event is entitled ‘Learning to write as an academic‘, the slides for which will be posted next week. More detailed […]
There are three forthcoming events I am involved in that people may be interested in. The events are related to the Dynamics of Knowledge Creation research project which I have been working on for the last two years. The events are (see the links): A seminar with the […]
Central to the doing of qualitative research is the writing of it (see Holliday 2016). And central to the writing of it are a set of complex challenges, some of which I would like to share here as I reflect on how I wrote three chapters of my […]
This is a post by Dr Sharon McCulloch from the blog connected to our current project ‘The Dynamics of Knowledge Creation’: Phase two of the Academics’ Writing research project has involved recording academics doing a piece of writing in real time. We’ve used digital pens, Camtasia screen capture […]
Reflecting on reflection Over the past few weeks, I have found myself in the position of writing a beginning and an end to my book. Introductions and Conclusions have always been the hardest thing for me to write. They are often the only parts of a book that […]